Good news: I'm no longer without a digital camera. This means I can actually be a functional member of yearbook staff this year (in addition to being able to contribute a few images to dA every now and then).
Bad news: It's a P&S.
Being the poor college student that I am, I couldn't wait to save the $125 I spent on the camera I have now for a DSLR. I guess it's better than nothing though.
Ironic news: I absolutely loved the convenience of shooting digitally. Now I really REALLY want to go back to shooting film, which is much more costly because of the film itself, developing, and prints or CD's. The only 35mm camera I have that has a functioning light meter had icky light seals, so I just ordered a replacement kit. I'm hoping to get it all fixed up when I get home so I can bring it back to school with me and, hopefully, take the color portion of photography in the Spring.
In other news, it's my junior year of college!
It's all so exciting and terrifying at once. I'm taking a lot of my major classes, looking into interning at a place downtown, and trying to plan for life after undergrad.
Because I don't have another major or any minors, I'm hoping to have a little extra time on my hands to delve into different photographic techniques and maybe paint a bit. (Hopefully I didn't just jinx myself...)